Dec. 11, Online: 2-5 EST, 11-2 PST

Michelle Glass: Daily Parts Meditation Practice

Enjoying and Delighting in Your System

Join Michelle for an interactive dive into learning and practicing some of the DPMP tools. DPMP workshops have been in high demand for the past five years, but Michelle has been unable to provide workshops in all the places requested. For the first time ever, she brings her workshop online no matter where you live. Whether you are an IFS practitioner/therapist or client, the DPMP will assist with creating a coherent narrative, deepen integration, form respectful and healthy relationships with your parts, accrue less burdens, gain microscopic and macroscopic views of your system, and augment spiritual awakening (or provide you with ways to help your clients systems in these ways).

This three-hour workshop will include an overview of each tool and with focus on the DPMP meditation, Parts Mapping, and Parts Catalogue Cards through experiential exercises, guided meditation, sharing, and Q&A.

Please click on this image to see a brief video of Michelle describing the workshop.

 

 

 

 

Here is the link to Michelle’s Bio and Testimonials

You can click on the book cover to order a copy from Michelle’s site.

Please register by clicking the PayPal button below – you will be sent the Zoom link for the workshop within 24 hours. Payments are non-refundable.

IMPORTANT Please allow up to 24 hours after registration to receive the link and check spam if not received by then. Contact IFSCA here if not received.

This Workshop will be recorded and the recording sent to registrants the next day. It will be available for 1 week. 3 IFS CEs are available. Please ensure your PayPal email is valid.

Cost: $85 + Paypal fee (4%); Students: $45 + 4%; Unemployed/working poor: $25 + 4%


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Jan. 15, Online: 2-5 EST, 11-2 PST

Bob Falconer: Working with Chronic Firefighters (“Addiction”)

This 3-Hour workshop will focus on:

  1. Practical application of IFS to the treatment of Addictions
  2. The importance of Self-energy and the 12 step concept of higher power

Through Didactic presentation, case examples and Q&A participants will learn:

    • how to conceptualize addictions including eating disorders from the IFS perspective
    • How to apply basic, key concepts of IFS to addictions and eating disorders
    • How to befriend extreme firefighters
    • To develop an IFS skill set, including techniques such as un-blending, collaboration and negotiation, and direct access with extreme firefighters
    • Steps for healing the shame, fear, trauma and legacy burdens underneath
    • How to integrate IFS with the 12 steps

 

To view a brief video of Bob discussing the workshop please click on this image.

 

 

Please register by clicking the PayPal button below – you will be sent the Zoom link for the workshop within 24 hours. Payments are non-refundable.

IMPORTANT Please allow up to 24 hours after registration to receive the link and check spam if not received by then. Contact IFSCA here if not received.

This Workshop will be recorded and the recording sent to registrants the next day. It will be available for 1 week. Please ensure your PayPal email is valid.

Cost: $85 + Paypal fee (4%); Students: $45 + 4%; Unemployed/working poor: $25 + 4%


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Feb. 12, Online: 2-5 EST, 11-2 PST

Susan McConnell: IFS and the Body

Susan McConnell, MA, CIFST, CHT, senior trainer for the IFS Institute and author has promoted the importance of working with the body for many years. In this 3-hour workshop she will focus on the 5 core practices that mental health professionals can apply to their practice:

  • somatic awareness
  • conscious breathing
  • radical resonance
  • mindful movement and
  • attuned touch


Mar. 05, Online: 2-5 EST, 11-2 PST

Janina Fisher: The IFS Therapist’s Guide to Understanding Trauma and Dissociation

Please click on the picture to see a brief video of Janina describing the Workshop content

IFS therapists often find themselves inundated with traumatized clients looking for a gentle and compassionate approach to their confusing and overwhelming symptoms.  Clients with dissociative disorders also seek IFS therapists and present us with parts that can operate independently outside the consciousness of the client and inaccessible to self-energy.

In surviving trauma, individuals are left with a host of easily re-activated physical responses, an inadequate memory record, and parts who feel alone and at risk in a dangerous world.  Unable to focus or to be curious, they struggle to stay aware of their parts or collaborate or access calm and compassion.

This presentation will review how traumatic experience becomes embedded in both mind and body, extending the trauma far beyond the original events.  Understanding how human survival responses affect the brain (and therefore the parts) is essential to ensure that our clients receive the full benefits of IFS.  

To go to Janina’s website and please click on the cover of here latest book here:

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the physiological effects of childhood trauma and neglect
  • Discriminate trauma-driven and/or dissociated exiles, managers, and firefighters
  • Increase client ability for internal awareness and dialogue
  • Amplify self-qualities such curiosity and clarity in dissociative clients

Please register by clicking the PayPal button below – you will be sent the Zoom link for the workshop within 24 hours.. Payments are non-refundable.

IMPORTANT Please allow up to 24 hours after registration to receive the link and check spam if not received by then. Contact IFSCA here if not received.

This Workshop will be recorded and the recording sent to registrants the next day. It will be available for 1 week. Please ensure your PayPal email is valid.
Cost: $85 + Paypal fee (4%); Students: $45 + 4%; Unemployed/working poor: $25 + 4%

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